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Adam Le

Adam Le
Adam Le is the News Editor for PEI Media's private equity publications, overseeing the flow of global news and analysis for Secondaries Investor as well as sister title PrivateEquityInternational.com. Based in London, Adam works closely with private equity-focused colleagues across PEI's offices in New York, London and Hong Kong. Prior to PEI, his roles included reporting on finance and technology for Bloomberg Japan.

The land of the 41% discount

Latin America is poised for increased deaflow at decent discounts, according to Spectra Investments' Ricardo Kanitz.

Why these French retail vehicles are spurring secondaries dealflow

Ludovic Douge, head of secondaries at advisory firm and placement agent Jasmin Capital, discusses FIPs and FCPIs and why an inability to extend the vehicles' lives is spurring restructuring opportunities.

17Capital hires Lazard Young Gun

Pierre Garnier, who spent three years at Pantheon and was most recently a vice-president at Lazard, joined the preferred equity specialist in June.

Secondaries firms shun Abraaj stake sales

The emerging markets investor has tried to offload GP commitments to a number of its funds.

NewQuest’s Massara on its stake sale to TPG

Darren Massara, a managing partner at Asian direct secondaries specialist NewQuest Capital Partners, tells Secondaries Investor why the firm chose to sell a significant minority stake to TPG and what’s next in terms of expansion and new strategies.

Landmark launches Real Assets Fund II

North Carolina Department of State Treasurer made a $250m commitment to the fund.

Glendower collects $1.3bn for first fund after spin-out – exclusive

The Deutsche Bank spin-out has held a first close on around 70% of Glendower Capital Secondary Opportunities Fund IV's target.

New deal, new opportunity set

With the advent of the fundless GP-led deal, traditional GP-led restructurings are so 2017.

Glendower leads $530m US GP-led

The Deutsche Bank spin-out has led a consortium that backed a deal involving moving six of Argonne Capital's assets, including three IHOP franchises, into a continuation vehicle.

Why you should care about ECI

The tax reform passed in January could scupper secondaries deals involving sales from non-US sellers.

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